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Many thanks to those listed below for sponsoring the Biggin Hill poppies this year.
Please see the attached letter to other local organisations, following initial feelers to them about holding a joint celebration for the people of Biggin Hill to mark King Charles’ cornonation.
Yours Residents’ Association committee.
Beat the January blues with this evening of fun. Traditional Scottish supper & entertainment and dancing to Crooked Stovepipe. Book early to ensure your place at this ‘braw’ celebration of the Scottish bard.
Saturday 28th January 2023
7 for 7.30p.m. Until late
Advance Ticket Purchase Only
Adults £25 Under 12s £15.00
St Marks Church Office 01959 577816
Your Residents Association A.G.M. – 7.30pm Wednesday 19th October at Biggin Hill New Life Church
The children in the Elite team at Bright Sparks Performers Theatre & Dance Academy would like to say a huge thank you to Biggin Hill Residents Association for sponsoring them for one of their biggest events this year! We couldn’t have done it without you!
Sunday 24th April 2022 – car treasure hunt starting 10 a.m. followed by a carvery lunch at Blundell’s at 1:30 pm.
£15 per adult / £7.50 per child *under 12
Advance sales only. See staff at Blundell’s or call 01959 573 240 to book.
We’re delighted to tell you plans are now well underway to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. We’re helping to organise a Traditional Street Party in Main Road on the afternoon of Friday 3 June. The road will be closed to vehicles, except in an emergency, between the traffic lights at Lebanon Gardens and Haig Road
There will be music from Fairchildes School Steel Band (some of you may remember them from last years’ Biggin Hill Carnival), along with street entertainers, competitions and activities for the little ones. Be assured, the event will be adequately stewarded and Main Road will be festooned in red, white and blue decorations. The party itself is free and there’s no need to book.
Just turn up with your own picnic, or purchase food and drink from the number of local businesses that will be open on the day. We’ll be setting up tables for families to sit at, but you’ll need to bring your own chairs, or why not bring a blanket and sit on the grass verges? We ask you to please leave your dogs at home.
We hope everyone has a fantastic time.
Let’s make this a day to remember and fingers crossed the sun shines!
St Mark’s Church, one of the centres of our Community. And where we will be holding our celebration of Robbie Burns and all things Scottish on Saturday 29th January. Some tickets remain for this joint enterprise with St Marks.
We thank you for your support over the last 12 difficult months. We exist to support and help our Community. You are all central to what we do. Please! Please! Help us to increase our membership by talking to your neighbours and friends about what we do. More members mean more money which we can invest in our Village and residents.
Your Committee wish you a safe & happy Christmas followed by a good New Year.
The minutes from the latest BIGGIN HILL AIRPORT CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (BHACC) are attached for general public viewing and interest. Please click on the document below to open and see full information.